Xavier Magazine

Xavier Faces

Jen Bush M.B.A. Enrollment Services
When it comes to the M.B.A. program, Bush is the tour guide who directs students from the time they fill out an application until graduation. She works with more than 900 students who come from various backgrounds, although you’ll only find her in her office three days of the week. She has a job-share position, spending three days on campus and the rest with her 17-month old baby.

Liz Blume Community Building Institute
As assistant director of CBI, Blume insures the University bonds with its neighbors. She coordinates community development and outreach and handles community planning and asset-based research. “I am understanding how Xavier and Evanston can collaborate to strengthen the institution and the neighborhood,” says Blume, a former Cincinnati city planner.

Jennifer Weed Leadership and Orientation
Weed is one of the first faces students see when they attend freshman orientation. She loves the interaction with students and the Catholic values instilled in the institution. A frequent traveler, Weed is always off to one destination or another—but always follows her beloved Cleveland Indians wherever she goes. Her favorite activity, though: spending time with family and friends.

Pam Rose Modern Languages
After attending the freshman orientation program with her son, Rose fell in love with the University and couldn’t resist working here. She’s been the secretary for modern languages since September, and when she is not in her office, she’s either up in the clouds—she loves to skydive—or in the Cintas Center cheering for the men’s basketball team.

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